Great Year-End Advice For Leaders

Eric Jacobson

Saturday, December 18, 2010 Great Year-End Advice For Leaders Lynn Flinn of EWF International in Tulsa, OK wrote the following in a recent newsletter. Volunteers are the lifeblood of non-profit organizations. If everyone volunteers a few hours a week, think how much non-profits can accomplish. skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome!

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Year-end Advice For Leaders

Eric Jacobson

Two years ago, Lynn Flinn of EWF International in Tulsa, OK wrote the following in her business' newsletter. Volunteers are the lifeblood of non-profit organizations. If everyone volunteers a few hours a week, think how much non-profits can accomplish. It's so powerful I wanted to bring it back again this year as 2012 comes to a close. So, here goes.Lynn's year-end advice for leaders: • Do something that you are afraid to do.

Year-end Advice For Leaders From Lynn Flinn

Eric Jacobson

Last year, Lynn Flinn of EWF International in Tulsa, OK wrote the following in her business' newsletter. Volunteers are the lifeblood of non-profit organizations. If everyone volunteers a few hours a week, think how much non-profits can accomplish. It's so powerful I wanted to bring it back again this year as 2011 comes to a close. So, here goes.Lynn's year-end advice for leaders: • Do something that you are afraid to do. Run through the fear rather than running away from it.

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